Cuevas & Montoto Consultores has recently signed an agreement with the training division of the prestigious AENOR to provide training courses and workshops both from its general catalogue, as well as tailored design and teaching (in-Company modality), for some of its large clients, through the ‘AENOR Campus’.
The theme of the courses to be taught may cover any of the areas in which we provide business management advice for our clients (Quality Management and Process Improvement, Sustainability and Environmental Management, Occupational Risk Prevention and Occupational Health and Safety, Corporate Social Responsibility and Equal Opportunities, Innovation and RDI, etc.). The associated sessions may be given either in person or remotely (although always live, through Live Training).
Within the framework of this collaboration agreement, it is already foreseen that we will prepare and deliver in an in-Company modality, for Ferrovial Services, two courses on “Operational Control in Construction Works”, with one focused on environmental issues and the other on execution quality control. Likewise, we have planned the teaching of the general catalogue course “M-26 Introduction to ISO 14001 environmental management systems” for the University of Cantabria.
With this new collaboration that we are launching, at Cuevas & Montoto Consultores we are expanding our catalogue of activities to the world of specialised business training and we do so with ample guarantees for the future, since we are associated with an entity that is well established in the company training sector such as AENOR, and we are doing it with a long-term approach, since the signed agreement contemplates its annual renewal, tacitly.
AENOR, was created in 2017 when the ‘Asociación Española de Normalización y Certificación’ (Spanish Association for Standardisation and Certification) split into two: ‘UNE’ (the current ‘Asociación Española de Normalización’) and ‘AENOR’, a knowledge management company that helps to improve business competitiveness gaps through conformity assessment, training, and information services. In 2017, AENOR delivered 680 courses to a study body of around 8,500 people.